With the installation on Monte de Gozo, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, of a plaque representing Article 28 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “I have the right to a social and international order”, the North American Foundation International Solidarity for Human Rights, in collaboration with Where is Asturias, leaves the table set for the inauguration of “The Route to Human Rights on the Primitive Way of St. James” next September 2022.
This initiative has received the recognition and support of 14 municipalities and mayoralties of the Primitive Way of St. James, different associations, friends of the Camino de Santiago, the Xunta de Galicia and the Xacobeo 2021-22.
The directors of the International Solidarity for Human Rights Foundation, Elisabeth Sánchez-Vegas and Devorah Sasha, who have walked the Camino 6 times, are extremely pleased to have been able to make this Human Rights Route a reality on a Camino that is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
“We are proud to be goodwill ambassadors for the United States, bringing the values of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to the Primitive Way, because on this path, we are all equal, and we share the same values of equality, fraternity and peace that the Magna Carta of Humanity promotes”.
Two inaugural events will be held, one in Oviedo and the other in Santiago de Compostela.
Details to be to be announced